You can checkout using paypal and then use a credit card with paypal itself. The only difference is instead of entering your CC information in lazerer.com you will be entering it into paypal.I want to buy laser from lazerer.com Why I can't select payment by credit card? The only options is Paypal.
It's because for the moment paypal is still the easiest way for chinese merchants to be able to accept credit cards/payments.Why don't you contact Lazerer and ask them, I don't think anyone here is going to know why you can't.
That would be the best thing to do, but not a requirement.You could just set up a PayPal account and link your credit card to it - PayPal will then use your credit card for the funds.
Most paypal accounts are linked to bank account first, and to credit card second. The card serves two purposes;My understanding is that paypal only draws funds from a credit card if your bank is overdrawn. Can't set a credit card as the primary funding source. I haven't been able to even add a credit card until a bank account is added first.
Correct me if I missed something or this isn't universal.
Paypal policies do vary country to country. For example "confirmed" addresses feature is only valid for US, Canada, and UK. (And I'm not even 100% sure about UK.)On PayPal UK I have a credit card only account...
Don't EVER send money as "personal" unless you trust the receiver 100% and are 110% sure they are secure.I setup an account, stated it as personal when it asked, it gives you the option to add a card after the sign up process, I added my debit card (literally the numbers off the card) , and it worked fine..
Unfortunately I don't know about credit cards.
My family & friend (usa btw) don't seem to have that option. I've tried to find it myself.You can however go into your account and change the funding source.
Retailers can tell easily if it is a debit or credit card, but it's an additional feature and cost to them, so often they don't bother with it.I have found a lot (if not all) credit card processors can't tell it a debit card. Even pre-paid gift cards can pass.
Most debit card also do credit card type transactions (without a pin).
Gonna check in PP settings myself later... but there is a workaround for that. You can deplete the bank account that the PP account is linked to, then add a credit card of your choice as the funding source.My family & friend (usa btw) don't seem to have that option. I've tried to find it myself.
Then perhaps the cards can't be set a first funding source since their debit cards.Retailers can tell easily if it is a debit or credit card, but it's an additional feature and cost to them, so often they don't bother with it.
Lol... yeah I don't really trust paypal... hence it's linked to a bank account, and confirmed with a debit card from the same account... no other cards on file.Then perhaps the cards can't be set a first funding source since their debit cards.
Would you know if they can tell a pre-paid gift card apart from a normal debit for certain?
I've know about the empty bank acc. workaround but I'm worried it would be a negative flag. I would think with the amount of accounts paypal has they might have an internal 'account score'. Higher scores might give a bit of resistance to being Frozen at paypal whim.
I trust paypal as far as I can throw them